SGA Executive Officers
Abel Gonsalves, C'16 • SGA President
Abel is from Brookeville, Maryland and is studying business with a finance concentration with minors in history, French, and art. He is currently a 3rd year resident assistant with the Office of Residence Life, and member of the Richard J. Bolte Sr. School of Business Student Advisory Board. He is a fan of creative problem solving and hopes to break into the fashion industry one day with his keen eye for style. Abel is a part of SGA because he feels he can help Mount students embrace their hidden potential by representing great leadership and fostering strong goals.
Rebekah Hardy, C'17 • SGA Vice President
Rebekah is from Pedricktown, New Jersey and is studying theology with an emphasis on education. She is genuinely involved in the school’s Campus Ministry office, being a FOCUS leader. Rebekah enjoys long walks on the beach, praying, playing sports, and drinking coffee. Rebekah would like to use her education to be a high school teacher and youth speaker. Rebekah is involved in SGA because she wants to use her passion, motivation, and love for others to make the Mount the best place that it can possibly be.
Sarafina Arthur-Williams, C'16 • SGA Secretary
Sarafina is from Potomac, Maryland and is studying psychology and art. She is the captain of the Woman’s Basketball team and was the athletics committee co-chair for the SGA. She joined SGA because she wants to make a difference in the Mount community by being outspoken and giving a voice to underrepresented groups on campus. She hopes to use her education at the Mount to pursue a career in art therapy. Sarafina is in SGA because she believes in a world that lacks visions, we, the people, need to show it to them.
Michael Nachtraub, C'17 • SGA Treasurer
Michael is from Brighton, Michigan and is studying accounting with a minor in information systems. Michael was heavily involved with student government before entering the executive board as the student affairs committee co-chair, and has always been passionate about the work he does for the role. He hopes to work as an accountant for one of the big four accounting firms. He is on the executive board because he wants to help further his involvement and contribution to the SGA and the entire Mount community.